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Pesach food for toddlers



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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:07 pm
Besides yogurt and leben which I see selling are a small fortune
what else can I feed them?
and where’s the cheapest place to buy leben, apple sauce, string cheese etc in Flatbush …
My kids are so picky they’ll taste the difference in noodles and pizza right away 🙈

Planning on making matzoh pizza, chicken cutlets, cake, brownies to hold us over what do ur toddlers live on
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amother
Peach


 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:09 pm
Eggs, chicken, potatoes, lady fingers, kugel, soup…
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heidi




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:11 pm
One year my toddler survived an entire Pesach on hot dogs and fries. At a hotel when he could have had anything. Oh, and cucumber
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giftedmom




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:13 pm
Yogurt, egg salad, matzah, cheese, fruits, chicken, potatoes etc.
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:22 pm
Pesach is really tough with picky toddlers. One year, my son literally ate only yogurt and soup croutons the entire Pesach. My other kids usually eat potato chips (so healthy, right?), sliced cheddar cheese, pureed soups, and salted nuts (if no worry about choking). Hatzlacha!
My kids are now mostly teens/pre-teens and they still refuse to eat matzah, except at the seder. Which honestly, is not such a bad thing- it really destroys our stomachs. But they do B"H eat lots of meat, now.
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dankbar




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:25 pm
Lady fingers crushed mixed with cottage cheese.
Cantaloupe mixed with cottage cheese
Avocado
Eggs
Cucumbers
Matzah with cream cheese
Bananas
Oranges
Apples
Potato kugel
Mashed potatoes with sour cream
Chicken soup
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amother
Mintcream


 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 12:26 pm
How can we help if you dont tell us what you are? Ashkenaz? Sefardi? What cant you eat? What can you eat?
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teachkids




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 1:24 pm
We have the same daily menu choices for all 8 days:

Breakfast: yogurt with chocolate chips or matzah and cream cheese.

Lunch: matzah with cream cheese and lox or salmon or chicken.

Dinner: chicken or ground beef

Snacks: potato chips, apple sauce pouches, string cheese, yogurt, homemafe almond based cookies.
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Ema of 5




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 1:26 pm
amother OP wrote:
Besides yogurt and leben which I see selling are a small fortune
what else can I feed them?
and where’s the cheapest place to buy leben, apple sauce, string cheese etc in Flatbush …
My kids are so picky they’ll taste the difference in noodles and pizza right away 🙈

Planning on making matzoh pizza, chicken cutlets, cake, brownies to hold us over what do ur toddlers live on

I bought Pesach cookies, which he seems to like. Also apple sauce. He likes eggs, so that’s helpful as well.
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 1:31 pm
Which cookies are good?

We let the kids eat gebroks so that’ll help with matzah pizza and I bought the Pesach noodles anyone know which noodles taste the best

We live on noodles here
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Busybee5




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 1:51 pm
He BH eats everything that we do!
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roses18




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 2:00 pm
I make delicious muffins and other baked goods with almond flour. You can get a huge bag of almond flour from Costco for about $10. We also eat tons of fresh fruit. You can get a large tub of plain yogurt and top with honey and it’s healthier and less expensive than individual yogurts.
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 2:42 pm
roses18 wrote:
I make delicious muffins and other baked goods with almond flour. You can get a huge bag of almond flour from Costco for about $10. We also eat tons of fresh fruit. You can get a large tub of plain yogurt and top with honey and it’s healthier and less expensive than individual yogurts.


Would love recipes!!

The yogurt idea sounds great with blueberries too
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amother
Firebrick


 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 2:46 pm
Avocado, sweet potato fries, bananas with almond butter
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bsy




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 11 2024, 3:38 pm
My baby loves egg matza with cream cheese and plain
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